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Diadent Dia Fill-Flow - Light Cure Flowable Composite

DiaDent
2gm
Rs. 450 Rs. 550
Light cure flowable composite

Key Features
1.Excellent Color Adaptability
2. Natural esthetics and highgloss polishability
3.High tensile strength
4. Low Shrinkage
5.Highly Radiopaque
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Flowable light cure composite

Features & Benefits
Perfect Adaptation and Handling
• Easy handling with no slump and run
• Excellent flow and optimal viscosity: easy and convenient placement

Multiple Indications for Use

• Restorations of minimally invasive cavity preparations - Class III, V, 
• Shallow class IV - Air abrasion preparations - Tunnel restorations
• Base/liner under posterior restorations in Class I, II
• Repair of small defects in esthetic indirect restorations - Composite - Ceramic
• Undercut blockout
• Pit and fissure sealing
• Repair of acrylic temporary materials Excellent Color Adaptability
• Nine beautiful shades that provide natural esthetics and highgloss polishability
• High tensile strength
• Low Shrinkage, and Highly Radiopaque
• Excellent fracture toughness, high tensile, compressive strengths for long-lasting results 

Superior Physical properties

Flexural Strength

The flexural strength of a material is defined as its ability to resist deformation and breakage under load. Flexural strength is the value obtained when the material breaks. This test combines the forces found in compression and tension.
DiaFil Flow shows a high level of flexural strength.

Compressive Strength

Compressive strength is especially important because it is related to masticating forces. Simultaneous forces are applied to the opposite ends of the sample length vertically until the sample fractures or is deformed.
The material failure is a result of shear and tensile forces. DiaFil Flow has a very strong compressive strength.

Shrinkage Polymerization

shrinkage directly affects the long-term stability of a composite resin. When the composite’s density changes and the overall volume reduces.
The internal stress at the margins of restoration can lead to marginal leakage and secondary caries. DiaFil Flow has unique fillers to reduce shrinkage.
Class V restorations
Tunnel / air abrasion preparations
Pit and fissure sealants
Minimal Class I,II,III and IV restorations
Radiopaque cavity liners
Cervical abrasion/erosion lesions
Abfraction lesions - implant seals
Incisal abrasions - repair enamel defects
Splint mobile teeth
Attach fibre bridges
Restorations in deciduous teeth
Custom Tab Content 4
1. Prepare the tooth: Isolate the tooth and remove caries.
2. Etch: Apply DiaEtch™ (etching gel) to enamel and dentin and wait for 15 seconds. Rinse and blot the excess water, leaving the tooth moist.
3. Bond: Apply DiaPlus™ (bonding agent) to enamel and dentin and wait for 15 seconds. Dry gently for 3 seconds and light cure for 20 seconds.
4. Place DiaFil™ Flow in thin layers less than 2.0 mm and cure each layer for 20 seconds.
5. Finish and polish

BASE/LINER DIRECT POSTERIOR RESTORATIONS
1. Prepare the tooth: Isolate the tooth and remove caries.
Etch: Apply DiaEtch™ (etching gel) to enamel and dentin and wait for 15 seconds. Rinse and blot the excess water, leaving the tooth moist.
2. Bond: Apply DiaPlus™ (bonding agent) to enamel and dentin and wait for 15 seconds. Dry gently for 3 seconds and light cure for 20 seconds.
3. Place DiaFil™ Flow in thin layers less than 2.0 mm and cure each layer for 20 seconds.
4. Place DiaFil™ in layers and light cure each layer for 20 seconds.
5. Finish and polish
Storage
Store at cool and dry place[20-30c]
Refrigerated storage increase shelf life

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